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Texurepack Bug (Lucky Islands)

Discussion in 'Bug Reports' started by JustSjoerdPvP!, Feb 6, 2016.

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  1. JustSjoerdPvP!

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    Sponges are in the texturepack lucky blocks, so if you place it near water the lucky block, aka sponge, will suck the water.
     
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    Doesn't matter it's a sponge, that's a bug. The sponge shouldn't convert to a wet sponge anyway.
     
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    Just put the 'sponge' in a furnace and it will be a 'lucky block' again ;)
     
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    Or disable 'sponges' absorbing water.
     
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    When sponges are near to water, they suck the water and it'll be a wet sponge.
     
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    In Spigot you can disable things like that. For example, that code partially fixes this issue:

    http://prntscr.com/9zte64

    I made it in just a few seconds, and the only thing left is when a player places a sponge, place another one with no updates, but it seems to be buggy in Spigot.
     
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    Thank you for your report, this has been forwarded to our team.
     
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